I thought it would be useful to begin a “Best” list on the upcoming Los Angeles teachers’ strike, with the first articles and videos about the lead-up to it and then add new ones when it begins next Monday.
You might also be interested in The Best Resources For Learning About The Teacher Compensation Crisis, which has links to other Best lists related to strikes that took place last year.
Here’s what I have:
L.A. teachers union postpones strike until Monday is from The L.A. Times.
— CBS News (@CBSNews) January 10, 2019
After a months-long impasse, 30,000 Los Angeles teachers are set to strike is from The Washington Post.
As LAUSD teachers prepare to strike, one central question: Where’s the money? is from The LA Times.
With LAUSD teachers set to strike, union’s call-in town hall asks parents for support is from The LA Times.
Voices of the LAUSD teachers’ strike is from The L.A. Times.
What’s Really at Stake in the Los Angeles Teachers’ Strike appeared in The NY Times.
The Unique Racial Dynamics of the L.A. Teachers’ Strike is from The Atlantic.
L.A. Teachers Strike for First Time in 30 Years, the Nation’s Largest School Walkout is from The NY Times.
Opinion: Charter schools are draining LA’s public schools. That’s why I’m on strike is from The PBS NewsHour.
‘As long as it takes’: Los Angeles teachers go on strike in nation’s second-largest system is from The Washington Post.
5 Things to Know About Today’s Los Angeles Teacher Strike is from Ed Week.
L.A. teachers’ strike gets support from celebrities and educators around the world is from The L.A. Times.
LAUSD teachers on strike get creative with their picket signs is from The L.A. Times.
These LA teachers striking against privatization + demanding smaller classrooms/more support for their students is a whole 2019 mood
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) January 14, 2019
‘Lock the door and throw away the key’: As strike looms, LAUSD asks Newsom to intercede is from CALMatters (personally, I believe that our Governor IS going to intervene and that is how the strike will end).
Teachers, undeterred by more rain, flood picket lines for Day 2 of the LAUSD strike is from The L.A. Times.
As a teacher strike enters Day 2 in Los Angeles, learning is a group experience is from The Washington Post.
‘This Model of Education Is Not Sustainable’ is from The Nation.
Who Is Alex Caputo-Pearl? Meet the Maverick Union Leader Behind the Teachers Strike is from LA Magazine.
The Social-Justice Imperative Behind the L.A. Teachers’ Strike is from The New Yorker.
Head Of L.A. Teachers Union Discusses Ongoing Strike is from NPR.
Subs crossing the picket line, iPad learning: Inside the LAUSD strike at one school is from The L.A. Times.
L.A. Schools Leader Says, ‘Strike Is a Rallying Cry, but What Does It Lead To?’ is from The NY Times.
What would a deal to end the LAUSD teachers’ strike look like? is from The L.A. Times.
What Are L.A. Teachers Fighting For? is from Slate.
Saving Public Education Isn’t About Idealism, but Survival appeared in The NY Times.
LAUSD teachers’ strike, Day 4: Talks reopen, attendance falls, losses mount is from The L.A. Times.
With Teachers’ Strike, L.A.’s Long-Simmering Charter-School Battle Comes to a Head is from New York Magazine.
Teachers union and LAUSD to return to bargaining table Thursday at City Hall is from The L.A. Times.
This Boyle Heights teacher is the face of the L.A. teachers’ strike is from The L.A. Times.
@DoloresHuerta marched with her grandson and his peers, students of LAUSD in support of LA teachers on the third day of their strike. #Solidarity #WeAreLA #LAUSD #LATeachers pic.twitter.com/uheO6olh9l
— Dolores Huerta Fdtn (@DoloresHuertaFD) January 17, 2019
LA teachers’ strike marks a return to normal is from Brookings.
In the L.A. teachers’ strike, the state is the real problem. is from The Atlantic.
Who could come out strong in the LAUSD teachers’ strike when all is said and done? is from The L.A. Times.
Charter School Teachers in Los Angeles Are Now Striking as Well is from Ed Week.
Los Angeles teachers union, school district head back to the bargaining table on fourth day of strike is from The Washington Post.
Talks resume in effort to end strike by LA teachers is from The Associated Press.
Over 60,000 people converged in DT Los Angeles to mark the end of the first week of our strike. Bargaining continues through the weekend. Our picket lines remain strong. #UTLAstrong #LAUSDstrike #WeAreLA pic.twitter.com/npM6srGgKb
— United Teachers Los Angeles (@UTLAnow) January 18, 2019
LAUSD teachers’ strike: Hours of negotiating behind closed doors is from The L.A. Times.